Approaches music through self-taught guitar studies
graduating a few years later from the Conservatory of Rimini. While studying guitar, he developed a passion for composition, an interest that led him to enrol in the three-year course of Choral Music at the Conservatory of Bologna, and to graduate under the guidance of M. Scattolin. His desire to improve himself led him to further his musical studies, graduating from the two-year course in Choir Direction in Rovigo with M. Peguri and specialising at the school in Arezzo under the direction of M. Donati.
Currently, the Euphonios Choral Association, of which he is artistic director, has four choirs with a lively concert activity. With Euphonios Vocal Ensemble, in addition to numerous concerts in Italy and abroad, he has won prizes in national choral competitions. From 2014 to 2015 he was one of the three conductors of the Coro Giovanile Toscano, with which he performed at the Expo in Milan. Since 2016 he has been collaborating with the Camerata Strumentale Città di Prato, performing with the "Coro Città di Prato", of which he is the Master Trainer.
After graduating from the Biennio di Didattica in Modena, he took up a position as a musical instrument teacher in 2016. In 2018 he founded the ensemble Tuscae Voces with which he recorded the third book of Biagio Pesciolini's madrigals. Ever since he was a student he has been passionate about modern music and writes arrangements for his groups, delving into "vocal pop" writing with Philip Lawson of the King's Singers.